Earley taking key role in discussions of nuclear power

Lane, Amy
June 2005
Crain's Detroit Business;6/13/2005, Vol. 21 Issue 24, p22
This article reports that Anthony Earley Jr., Chairman and CEO of DTE Energy Co., has become chairman of the Nuclear Energy Institute, the Washington-based trade association for the nuclear industry. Earley stepped into his new post on May 16, 2005 leading for at least two years a group that includes nuclear plant operators, design and engineering firms, fuel suppliers and service firms, and others involved in nuclear applications and research. He'll be involved in federal deliberations over what's needed to spur building the next generation of U.S. nuclear plants.


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